Missouri State Senate

2009 Senate Bills


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SB 1 - Scott - Establishes licensing and contract requirements for preneed funeral contract sellers, providers, and seller agents
SB 2 - Scott - Prohibits certain activities on the rivers of this state
SB 3 - Scott - Modifies the law regarding duties of business owners or operators to guard against criminal acts
SB 4 - Shields - Establishes a quality rating system for child care facilities
SB 5 - Griesheimer - Creates the Missouri County Planning Act
SB 6 - Griesheimer - Modifies when a city mayor shall vote on ordinances, resolutions, and motions before the city's governing body
SB 7 - Griesheimer - Modifies various provisions relating to political subdivisions
SB 8 - Champion - Creates a Crime Laboratory Review Commission to independently review the operations of crime laboratories in the state of Missouri that receive state-administered funding
SB 9 - Champion - Modifies provisions relating to the MO HealthNet Oversight Committee, the Hospital District Sales Tax Fund, and health insurance
SB 10 - Champion - Allows Missouri residents who own or lease at least 5 acres of land to hunt or fish on such land without a permit or in certain circumstances with a permit that is free-of-charge
SB 11 - Bartle - Repeals the Missouri Renewable Fuel Standard Act
SB 12 - Bartle - Allows school districts to adopt policies to provide additional pay or stipends to teachers of certain subject areas
SB 13 - Bartle - Allows the Department of Transportation to construct toll roads under certain conditions
SB 14 - Nodler - Bars felons from holding public office
SB 15 - Nodler - Authorizes the conveyance and lease of certain state properties
SB 16 - Nodler - Criminalizes the production, manufacture, possession and a sale of fraudulent documents intended to serve as insurance identification cards
SB 17 - Bray - Eliminates the death penalty
SB 18 - Bray - Establishes the Missouri Universal Health Assurance Commission and modifies eligibility for MO HealthNet
SB 19 - Bray - Implements the provisions of the streamlined sales and use tax agreement
SB 20 - Days - Amends laws relating to unsecured loans of $500 or less
SB 21 - Days - Creates an advance voting system for elections
SB 22 - Days - Modifies the ballot requirements for elections
SB 23 - Callahan - Designates that the gaming revenues derived from the repeal of the loss limits will be used for higher education tuition reduction
SB 24 - Callahan - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education funding
SB 25 - Callahan - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education funding
SB 26 - Ridgeway - Prohibits alcohol beverage vaporizers
SB 27 - Ridgeway - Exempts persons 21 years of age or older from wearing protective headgear except when operating or riding motorcycles upon interstate highways
SB 28 - Ridgeway - Modifies provisions relating to vested members of Missouri State Employees' Retirement System and Missouri Public Employees' Retirement System
SB 29 - Stouffer - Requires all diesel fuel sold at retail in Missouri after a certain date to be a biodiesel-blended fuel
SB 30 - Stouffer - Requires certain motorists who have had their driver's licenses revoked two or more times to display restricted license plates
SB 31 - Stouffer - Eliminates the position of the Transportation Inspector General contained within the Joint Committee on Transportation Oversight
SB 32 - Wilson - Establishes the Duty Free Zone Act
SB 33 - Wilson - Creates the Missouri Strive to Succeed Graduation Program to distribute grants to certain school districts for drop-out prevention efforts
SB 34 - Wilson - Modifies the eligibility requirements for food stamp assistance
SB 35 - Goodman - Creates the Fair Ballot Commission to approve fair ballot language statements
SB 36 - Goodman - Modifies provisions relating to forcible sexual offenses against children
SB 37 - Goodman - Modifies provisions relating to the public defender system
SB 38 - Rupp - Allows a county, after meeting the required assessed valuation, to become a second class county upon a vote of the governing body to change classifications
SB 39 - Rupp - Adds a circuit judge position within the Forty-fifth Judicial Circuit
SB 40 - Rupp - Modifies provisions of the Bright Flight Scholarship Program
SB 41 - Cunningham - Creates the Amy Hestir Student Protection Act
SB 42 - Cunningham - Creates the Teacher Choice Compensation Package to provide performance-based salary stipends for participating teachers
SB 43 - Pearce - Allows cell phone numbers to be included on the no-call list and prohibits certain automated calls to persons on the no-call list
SB 44 - Pearce - Modifies various provisions relating to private jails
SB 45 - Pearce - Modifies provisions of law regarding various tax incentives
SB 46 - Schaefer - Requires any person who pleads guilty to or is found guilty of a felony on or after August 28, 2009, to serve a minimum prison term of eighty-five percent of his or her sentence
SB 47 - Scott - Modifies requirements for certain law enforcement personnel
SB 48 - Scott - Withdrawn
SB 49 - Scott - Modifies provisions of law regarding the imposition of sales tax on trade-in or exchange transactions
SB 50 - Bray - Requires equal pay for the same work regardless of gender and establishes a commission to study wage disparities
SB 51 - Bray - Requires the State Board of Education to classify a charter school as "unaccredited" based on annual performance review scores
SB 52 - Bray - Modifies various provisions relating to domestic violence
SB 53 - Days - Allows adopted persons eighteen years of age and older to obtain copies of their original birth certificate under certain circumstances
SB 54 - Days - Authorizes a court to appoint a standby guardian for a minor or an incapacitated adult
SB 55 - Days - Modifies provisions relating to education
SB 56 - Callahan - Requires gaming revenues from the repeal of the loss limits to be distributed to school districts based on a district's average daily attendance calculation
SB 57 - Stouffer - Imposes various billboard standards to billboards adjacent to Interstate 70 and Interstate 44 during periods of interstate construction
SB 58 - Stouffer - Modifies several provisions of law relating to transportation
SB 59 - Stouffer - Assesses fee on shippers that transport radioactive waste within Missouri
SB 60 - Wilson - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to develop teaching standards for Missouri public schools
SB 61 - Wilson - Creates a trust fund and commission for comprehensive tobacco control
SB 62 - Wilson - Authorizes the court to appoint a parenting coordinator to assist with parental disputes regarding child custody or support
SB 63 - Rupp - Modifies various provisions relating to dog fighting
SB 64 - Rupp - Modifies provisions relating to charter schools
SB 65 - Rupp - Modifies the state do-not-call list and creates "paid for by" requirements for political phone calls
SB 66 - Scott - Amends requirements for filing financial interest statements
SB 67 - Scott - Authorizes municipalities to allow golf carts and motorized wheelchairs to be operated upon city streets
SB 68 - Bray - Creates the crime of negligent storage of a firearm
SB 69 - Bray - Modifies law regarding property insurance
SB 70 - Bray - Modifies the paperwork requirements for the formation of a new political party and the nomination of independent candidates
SB 71 - Stouffer - Creates a tax credit for contributions to developmental disability care providers
SB 72 - Stouffer - Provides for transfer of long-term care beds to certain new health care facilities
SB 73 - Stouffer - Requires drug testing for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families applicants and recipients based upon reasonable suspicion
SB 74 - Wilson - Creates an income tax credit for poll workers
SB 75 - Wilson - Decreases acreage requirements for eligibility under the Distressed Areas Land Assemblage Tax Credit Act
SB 76 - Wilson - Creates the Volunteer and Parents Incentive Program for public elementary and secondary schools
SB 77 - Stouffer - Adds comprehensive day services as a covered service under MO HealthNet
SB 78 - Wilson - Creates the Missouri Senior Cadet Program for mentoring of kindergarten through eighth grade students
SB 79 - Wilson - Modifies provisions relating to education
SB 80 - Wilson - Increases the recording fee collected to fund the county homeless person assistance program from $3 to $10, upon voter approval, if such a program has been created by the charter county
SB 81 - Wilson - Criminalizes displaying a noose for the purpose of intimidation
SB 82 - Wilson - Expands the crime of unlawful use of weapons to include discharging a firearm for celebrating in an urban area
SB 83 - Wilson - Prohibits the ownership, possession, or discharge of a taser or stun gun
SB 84 - Purgason - Modifies several provisions of law pertaining to transportation
SB 85 - Crowell - Creates the Missouri Special Needs Scholarship Tax Credit Program
SB 86 - Crowell - Requires drug screening and testing for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families applicants and recipients
SB 87 - Crowell - Exempts MO HealthNet expense reimbursements received by doctors, dentists, and nurses from state income tax
SB 88 - Stouffer - Modifies several provisions of law relating to transportation
SB 89 - Stouffer - Modifies provisions relating to public safety
SB 90 - Stouffer - Repeals the Certificate of Need Law
SB 91 - Green - Provides for additional penalties for securities fraud crimes against the elderly or disabled
SB 92 - Green - Modifies Missouri securities law
SB 93 - Green - Modifies various laws relating to intoxication
SB 94 - Justus - Modifies provisions on child care subsidies
SB 95 - Justus - Allows all registered voters to vote absentee for any or no reason
SB 96 - Justus - Modifies provisions relating to the needs and rights of children
SB 97 - Smith - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to contract with an online test preparation company for a customized SAT and ACT preparation program for high school juniors
SB 98 - Smith - Creates an income tax deduction for the purchase of qualified hybrid motor vehicles
SB 99 - Cunningham - Establishes the Predictable Property Tax Act
SB 100 - Schaefer - Assesses fee on shippers that transport radioactive waste within Missouri
SB 101 - Green - Modifies the membership of the review panels convened by the Division of Developmental Disabilities
SB 102 - Green - Creates the Political Subdivision Services Bidding Standards Act
SB 103 - Green - Creates an income tax deduction for small businesses and farmers that provide health insurance coverage for employees
SB 104 - Justus - Provides information and the opportunity to be immunized for the human papilloma virus
SB 105 - Justus - Creates the Missouri Earned Income Tax Credit
SB 106 - Justus - Bars disseminating certain information that would encourage voters to vote improperly
SB 107 - Green - Creates an income tax deduction for higher education expenses
SB 108 - Justus - Expresses the General Assembly's recognition that equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged on account of the sex of any person
SB 109 - Justus - Prohibits discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation
SB 110 - Crowell - Establishes an interstate interchange designation program, to be known as the "Heroes Way Interstate Interchange Designation Program", to honor members of the United States Armed Forces who have been killed in action in Afghanistan or Iraq on or after September 11, 2001
SB 111 - Crowell - Repeals the ten million dollar annual cap on allocations of nonresident entertainer and athlete tax revenues to the Missouri Arts Council
SB 112 - Crowell - Prohibits felony sexual offenders whose victim was less than seventeen years of age from being allowed to participate in the one hundred twenty day "shock incarceration program" in the Department of Corrections
SB 113 - Crowell - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Development Finance Board Infrastructure Development Fund Contribution Tax Credit Program
SB 114 - Crowell - Modifies a variety of provisions that relate to the judicial process in some manner
SB 115 - Bray - Modifies requirements pertaining to petition circulators
SB 116 - Bray - Creates the Persistence to Graduation Fund to distribute grants to certain school districts for drop-out prevention efforts
SB 117 - Green - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to recalculate state school aid for Riverview Gardens School District to correct an error
SB 118 - Griesheimer - Modifies duties of the Department of Natural Resources regarding solid waste planning
SB 119 - Griesheimer - Authorizes the imposition of a fee on wireless phone services to fund enhanced 911 service
SB 120 - Bray - Allows small employers to obtain medical coverage through the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan
SB 121 - Purgason - Institutes a two-year moratorium on all state tax credits
SB 122 - Griesheimer - Allows members of an ambulance district board of directors to be subject to recall from office
SB 123 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions of law relating to county collectors
SB 124 - Bray - Prohibits tri-vision, projection, digital, or other changeable copy technologies from being used on billboards
SB 125 - Bray - Requires the Department of Transportation to embrace principles of context sensitive design and context sensitive solutions in its transportation project policies and procedures
SB 126 - Rupp - Prohibits life insurers from taking underwriting actions or charging different rates based upon a person's past or future lawful travel destinations unless such action is based upon sound actuarial principles
SB 127 - Rupp - Requires the Governor to annually issue a proclamation declaring the first week of March as Math, Engineering, Technology and Science Week
SB 128 - Rupp - Removes certain statutory restrictions on the current design-build highway project process to allow the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission to enter into more design-build highway project contracts
SB 129 - McKenna - Prohibits school bus drivers from using wireless telephones or other electronic wireless communication devices while operating school buses on the highways
SB 130 - McKenna - Prohibits drivers from sending text messages or electronic messages while operating motor vehicles on highways within Missouri except under limited circumstances
SB 131 - Smith - Allows St. Louis City to increase its semiannual registration fee for certain vacant property to $2,000
SB 132 - Smith - Modifies provisions relating to school anti-bullying policies
SB 133 - Smith - Modifies the definition of public benefit as it relates to non-residents attending a Missouri institution of higher education
SB 134 - Dempsey - Authorizes the issuance of several special license plates and modifies the procedure for their issuance
SB 135 - Dempsey - Requires school districts to pay registered professional school nurses on the same salary schedule as teachers
SB 136 - Rupp - Modifies provisions of the New Markets Tax Credit Program
SB 137 - Rupp - Adopts the Nurse Licensure Compact
SB 138 - Smith - Creates an earned income tax credit
SB 139 - Mayer - Uses revenue from the repeal of the gaming loss limits to fund minimum salary supplements for teachers, early childhood, and school transportation
SB 140 - Smith - Modifies provisions relating to criminal non-support
SB 141 - Smith - Modifies the law on the establishment of paternity
SB 142 - Bartle - Requires mandatory review and sunset of certain tax credit programs
SB 143 - Mayer - Creates price reporting requirements for licensed grain dealers
SB 144 - Wright-Jones - Establishes a prostate cancer pilot program to provide screening, referral services, treatment and outreach
SB 145 - Wright-Jones - Modifies law relating to voter registration and election offenses
SB 146 - Dempsey - Increases the amount of tax credits available for taxpayers who modify their home for disabled persons and authorizes a credit for doing the same for seniors
SB 147 - Dempsey - Establishes the Missouri Healthy Workplace Recognition Program
SB 148 - Dempsey - Provides a tax deduction for the premiums paid by a taxpayer for high deductible health plans used with a health savings account
SB 149 - Dempsey - Enacts provisions relating to health care technology
SB 150 - Griesheimer - Specifies that overtime or compensatory time is not included in certain retirement benefit calculations for the Missouri Department of Transportation and Highway Patrol Employees' Retirement System
SB 151 - Clemens - Requires high school students to fulfill the personal finance graduation by completing a course through their school district or the virtual public school
SB 152 - Clemens - Modifies definition of eligible student for nursing student loan program
SB 153 - Clemens - Modifies provisions pertaining to milk sales, the Rice Advisory Council and the state veterinarian
SB 154 - Goodman - Authorizes nonprofit sewer companies to provide domestic water services in certain areas
SB 155 - Goodman - Requires the Governor to disclose information regarding tax credits and state contracts
SB 156 - Goodman - Modifies provisions of law regarding travel clubs
SB 157 - Schmitt - Codifies into law the five regional autism projects currently serving persons with autism
SB 158 - Clemens - Provides certain jurisdiction to the Department of Agriculture regarding health management of privately owned deer
SB 159 - Clemens - Modifes the definition of livestock for which it is a crime to steal and makes stealing certain quail, pheasants, or deer a crime
SB 160 - Crowell - Changes the scheduling of ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, and phenylpropanolamine to be Schedule III Controlled Substances
SB 161 - Crowell - Removes certain limitations on investments made by boards of trustees of police and firemen's retirement systems
SB 162 - Crowell - Requires the Governor to disclose information regarding tax credits and state contracts
SB 163 - Justus - Creates an income tax deduction for purchases of hybrid vehicles
SB 164 - Justus - Allows the City of Grandview to seek voter approval for a sales tax to fund public safety improvements
SB 165 - Justus - Modifies provisions of law authorizing the imposition of various taxes by local governments
SB 166 - Justus - Modifies the law regarding the Missouri Uniform Trust Code
SB 167 - Rupp - Requires health carriers to provide coverage for the diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorders under certain conditions
SB 168 - Shoemyer - Allows cities, towns, villages and counties to impose a property tax to fund cemetery maintenance
SB 169 - Shoemyer - Regulates insurance agents selling Medicare Advantage plans
SB 170 - Shoemyer - Modifies the membership of the MO HealthNet Oversight Committee
SB 171 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions relating to liquor control
SB 172 - Green - Modifies provisions relating to sewer districts and sewer subdistricts
SB 173 - Green - Creates a grant program to assist homeowners with installation of renewable energy generation equipment
SB 174 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions of law relating to property taxation
SB 175 - Schmitt - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to produce "The Parents' Bill of Rights" for parents of children with an individualized education program
SB 176 - Stouffer - Establishes an Alzheimer's State Plan Task Force
SB 177 - Stouffer - Allows all residents of the United States to attend salvage pool or salvage disposal sales rather than just licensed salvage dealers
SB 178 - Stouffer - Removes certain statutory restrictions on the current design-build highway project process to allow the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission to enter into more design-build highway project contracts
SB 179 - Wright-Jones - Authorizes several real property interest conveyances to various entities
SB 180 - Bartle - Specifies that knowledge of one's location is not necessary to commit certain criminal acts
SB 181 - Bartle - Gives the judge presiding in a domestic assault case discretion to disclose information regarding the defendant, which could be used to identify the victim, to avoid protecting the defendant's identity
SB 182 - Bartle - Prohibits the use or attempted use of a false or misleading degree for admission to higher education institutions or in connection with businesses or employment
SB 183 - Bartle - Requires drug testing for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families applicants and recipients based upon reasonable suspicion
SB 184 - Bartle - Creates penalties for owners of dogs that cause injury and creates an absolute defense against civil liability or prosecution for killing or injuring certain threatening dogs
SB 185 - Bray - Repeals a portion of the law that provides certain utilities the opportunity to apply for alternate rate schedules in certain circumstances
SB 186 - Bray - Creates the Healthy Pet Act
SB 187 - Vogel - Modifies provisions relating to the imposition of transient guest taxes by certain local governments
SB 188 - Dempsey - Modifies various provisions relating to liquor control
SB 189 - Shields - Modifies the law currently prohibiting Kansas City police officers from participating in some political activities
SB 190 - Shoemyer - Requires all offices of elected officials in the State Capitol to be accessible to individuals with disabilities by December 31, 2014
SB 191 - Shoemyer - Modifies provisions of the Missouri development finance board development fund contribution tax credit program
SB 192 - Shoemyer - Redefines the term "intoxication-related traffic offense"
SB 193 - Shoemyer - Creates a tax credit for equity investments in qualified Missouri businesses
SB 194 - Shoemyer - Creates procedures for crop sampling by a patent holder of genetically modified seed
SB 195 - Shoemyer - Requires farmers to register and pay a fee for retaining seed produced from patented genetically-modified seed
SB 196 - Shoemyer - Modifies the procedure for detaching territory from a public water supply district
SB 197 - Goodman - Prescribes requirments as to billing for anatomic pathology services not personally rendered
SB 198 - McKenna - Modifies provisions relating to teacher and school employee retirement systems
SB 199 - McKenna - Modifies laws affecting limited liability companies, limited partnerships, and nonprofit companies
SB 200 - Cunningham - Modifies the law regarding stealing-related offenses
SB 201 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions relating to dog fighting
SB 202 - Schaefer - Modifies the law regarding the operation of a motorcycle, namely the assignment of fault for the operator's normal operation of such vehicle and the ability to forego wearing headgear while operating it
SB 203 - Justus - Modifies the duty of pharmacies to fill prescriptions
SB 204 - Goodman - Creates licensing requirements for prescribing psychologists
SB 205 - Shoemyer - Prohibits the condemnation of property owned by certain gun clubs or sportsmen's clubs
SB 206 - Shoemyer - Requires state employee salaries to be annually adjusted by the Consumer Price Index
SB 207 - Rupp - Creates consumer notification requirements for data security breaches
SB 208 - Rupp - Allows the State Board of Education to grant teaching certificates to individuals to teach part-time in specific areas
SB 209 - Clemens - Creates a central filing system for filing financing statements to perfect a security interest in farm products
SB 210 - Lembke - Prohibits the Supreme Court from establishing or maintaining a mandatory state bar association
SB 211 - Lembke - Prohibits political subdivisions from using automated photo red light enforcement systems to enforce red light violations
SB 212 - Griesheimer - Provides tax incentives for small business expansion
SB 213 - Scott - Removes the minimum time for holding investments in the Missouri Higher Education Savings Program
SB 214 - Scott - Modifies various provisions pertaining to manufactured homes
SB 215 - Shields - Modifies various provisions of law relating to taxation
SB 216 - Scott - Modifies the law relating to debt settlement providers
SB 217 - Goodman - Allows remote participation in certain corporate shareholders' meetings and allows limited liability companies and limited partnerships to administratively cancel their respective documents of organization
SB 218 - Ridgeway - Allows jury trials in termination of parental rights actions
SB 219 - Ridgeway - Allows the court, as a condition of probation or parole, to require certain persons convicted of intoxication-related traffic offenses to submit to alcohol monitoring in certain circumstances
SB 220 - Goodman - Prohibits the sale of cigarettes in this state that have not been tested, certified, and marked as meeting certain performance standards
SB 221 - Goodman - Expands the crime of resisting arrest, stop, or detention
SB 222 - Goodman - Modifies the use and disclosure of certain personal identification information in certain documents
SB 223 - Goodman - Regulates sexually oriented businesses
SB 224 - Goodman - Modifies the requirements of a restated articles of incorporation
SB 225 - Goodman - Provides that the filing of criminal charges are not a prerequisite for release on bail under chapter 532, RSMo
SB 226 - Bartle - Regulates sexually oriented businesses
SB 227 - Dempsey - Modifies provisions relating to dangerous animal registration
SB 228 - Scott - Modifies the construction-work-in-progress (CWIP) law for construction of certain new power plants and creates the Missouri Clean and Renewable Energy Construction Act
SB 229 - Bray - Requires the posting of nurse staffing levels at hospitals
SB 230 - Bray - Adopts the Uniform Planned Community Act
SB 231 - Cunningham - Exempts landlords from liability for loss or damage to tenants' personal property when executing an order for possession of premises
SB 232 - Cunningham - Prohibits certain public agencies and political subdivisions from discrimination based on an individual's elementary and secondary education program
SB 233 - Cunningham - Allows the State Board of Education to issue teacher certificates to certain individuals in the areas of banking and financial responsibility
SB 234 - Cunningham - Allows school districts to offer incentives or salary schedule modifications under certain circumstances
SB 235 - Cunningham - Modifies various provisions pertaining to manufactured homes and allows for the sale of deficiency waiver addendums with respect to certain loan transactions
SB 236 - Lembke - Modifies various provisions of the prompt pay statutes as they relate to the calculation of interest and penalties, the payment of attorney fees, and other ancillary matters
SB 237 - Lembke - Adopts the Nurse Licensure Compact
SB 238 - Callahan - Disallows the domestic production deduction for Missouri income tax purposes
SB 239 - Bartle - Modifies the compensation rate for senior judges or senior commissioners
SB 240 - Bray - Imposes various regulations (hours of operation, acquisition, review and maintenance of driving records, liability insurance standards, etc.) on contract carriers that transport railroad employees
SB 241 - Bray - Modifies various tax provisions
SB 242 - Pearce - Prohibits certain storm water management fees and provides an alternate procedure to approve bond issuance for a sewer subdistrict in Cass County
SB 243 - Pearce - Allows for the sale of deficiency waiver addendums and other similar products with respect to certain loan transactions
SB 244 - Dempsey - Creates a pilot program regarding personal care services for certain disabled adults
SB 245 - Schaefer - Creates consumer notification requirements for data security breaches
SB 246 - Schaefer - Creates a tax credit for contributions to regional economic development organizations
SB 247 - Schaefer - Allows counties of the first classification to control the minimum standards of occupancy for residential units rented or leased and to develop a licensing and inspecting program
SB 248 - Schaefer - Authorizes the City of Ashland to seek voter approval for the imposition of a transient guest tax
SB 249 - Schaefer - Modifies requirements for corporate filings
SB 250 - Smith - Requires the Department of Corrections to develop a comprehensive policy to provide HIV testing, treatment, and prevention for inmates
SB 251 - Smith - Modifies provisions relating to campaign expenditures and disclosure
SB 252 - Smith - Creates a tax credit for equity investments in technology-based early stage Missouri companies
SB 253 - Justus - Modifies various provisions relating to elections
SB 254 - Barnitz - Creates a tax credit for qualifying milk production
SB 255 - Pearce - Modifies the composition of the Board of Curators for the University of Missouri
SB 256 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions relating to county purchases
SB 257 - Schaefer - Allows for the extension of certain county taxes upon voter approval
SB 258 - Schaefer - Provides for the county counselor of Boone County to receive state money for performing duties related to mental health and mental health facilities
SB 259 - Wright-Jones - Modifies the definition of weighted average daily attendance in the elementary and secondary education funding formula
SB 260 - Wright-Jones - Establishes the Compassionate Assistance for Rape Emergencies Act
SB 261 - Bartle - Modifies various provisions relating to crime
SB 262 - Bartle - Modifies several provisions of law relating to the courts, judicial proceedings, and various other provisions
SB 263 - Mayer - Modifies the law relating to the Second Capitol Commission, the Seismic Safety Commission and liability of volunteers during declared emergencies
SB 264 - Mayer - Enacts provisions regarding the coercion of abortions
SB 265 - Mayer - Extends the collection of the statewide court automation fee until 2013
SB 266 - Mayer - Allows public library districts to seek voter approval for a sales tax to fund libraries within such districts
SB 267 - Mayer - Modifies various provisions relating to real estate liens
SB 268 - Justus - Modifies provisions relating to the Missouri Housing Trust Fund
SB 269 - Rupp - Modifies various provisions relating to the regulation of captive insurance companies
SB 270 - Bray - Imposes campaign contribution limits for individuals and committees in support of candidates running for public office
SB 271 - Bray - Allows senior citizens and disabled persons to defer property tax payment
SB 272 - Lager - Extends expiration date to December 31, 2010 for water pollution control permit fees
SB 273 - Engler - Withdrawn
SB 274 - Crowell - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Development Finance Board Development Fund Contribution Tax Credit Program
SB 275 - Callahan - Requires certain funds from the Lewis & Clark Discovery Fund to be used for higher education tuition reduction
SB 276 - Barnitz - Authorizes Montgomery County to seek voter approval for the imposition of a transient guest tax
SB 277 - Cunningham - Authorizes financial institutions to assign fiduciary obligations relating to irrevocable life insurance trusts
SB 278 - Cunningham - Modifies the job training program by expanding opportunities for pre-employment training
SB 279 - Schmitt - Provides tax incentives for small business expansion
SB 280 - Rupp - Specifies that insurance companies subject to an annual tax on gross premium receipts are exempt from the imposition of Missouri's corporate income and franchise taxes
SB 281 - Bray - Directs the Air Conservation Commission to develop voluntary guidelines for limiting non-natural night time light emission near designated places
SB 282 - Bray - Creates statutory warranties for home buyers and homeowners and also prevents home solicitors from engaging in certain deceptive practices
SB 283 - Lembke - Prohibits health carriers from imposing co-insurance or co-payment amounts that exceeds 50% of the total cost of any single health care service
SB 284 - Lembke - Modifies the provisions governing fire department residency requirements
SB 285 - Lembke - Creates a tax credit for equity investments in technology-based early stage Missouri companies
SB 286 - Schaefer - Allows certain counties to adopt nuisance abatement ordinances involving land with tires or storm water runoff
SB 287 - Schaefer - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to create a central repository for school district budget information
SB 288 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions of law authorizing a tax credit for qualified research expenses
SB 289 - Griesheimer - Redefines the term "project" as it is used in the Missouri Transportation Development District Act to exclude certain types of improvements
SB 290 - Crowell - Modifies provisions of the State of Missouri Deferred Compensation Plan
SB 291 - Shields - Modifies provisions relating to education
SB 292 - Justus - Creates a tax credit for equity investments in technology-based early stage Missouri companies and removes the annual limit on tax credit issuance for the Quality Jobs Act
SB 293 - Barnitz - Exempts tractors used in tractor parades from certain width, length, height and license plate display regulations under certain circumstances
SB 294 - Barnitz - Restricts corporate name reservation
SB 295 - Scott - Specifies that licensed professional counseling includes the diagnosis of mental, emotional, and behavior disorders and allows the Committee for Professional Counselors to require certain education or training in diagnostic skills
SB 296 - Scott - Modifies laws regarding cemeteries and cemetery operators, physician assistants, the Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors, and Landscape Architects, Dental Care Professionals, Nurses, Pharmacy, and Mental Health Benefits
SB 297 - Scott - Modifies provisions relating to the Missouri Propane Education and Research Council
SB 298 - Scott - Modifies provisions relating to the Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects
SB 299 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions related to rates charged by natural gas corporations and provisions of Utilicare assistance
SB 300 - Bray - Modifies provisions relating to the individual income tax
SB 301 - Pearce - Requires law enforcement agencies and officers to use canine teams which have been certified by an association approved by the Department of Public Safety
SB 302 - Smith - Creates a tax credit for contributions to certain after school programs
SB 303 - Smith - Allows instant runoff voting for municipalities and political subdivisions
SB 304 - Crowell - Requires the Office of Administration to provide senators and representatives with access to the dome of the State Capitol
SB 305 - Dempsey - Authorizes the creation of science and technology districts throughout the state
SB 306 - Dempsey - Establishes the Show-Me Health Coverage Plan and modifies provisions relating to health care services
SB 307 - Dempsey - Modifies provisions of law regarding taxes to fund certain health care services
SB 308 - Bray - Establishes the implementation of a health care quality report card
SB 309 - Bray - Enacts a state-wide smoking ban
SB 310 - Bartle - Requires custodial interrogations of persons suspected of certain serious offenses to be recorded
SB 311 - Goodman - Modifies the law that limits indemnity agreements in construction work contracts
SB 312 - Goodman - Repeals the current procedures regarding criminal activity forfeiture actions and establishes new procedures
SB 313 - Nodler - Creates two separate funds within the state treasury to receive and retain funds provided under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
SB 314 - Smith - Creates the Missouri Preschool Plus Grant Program
SB 315 - Smith - Modifies provisions of law requiring the submission of personal property lists
SB 316 - Smith - Modifies provisions on education courses regarding sexual predators, human sexuality and sexually transmitted disease
SB 317 - Smith - Modifies provisions relating to charter schools
SB 318 - Lembke - Requires the destruction of certain complaints made by sexually violent predators against certain licensed professionals
SB 319 - Lembke - Modifies the manner in which lien titles for motor vehicles, trailers, outboard motors, aircrafts, and vessels are issued
SB 320 - Days - Requires health carriers to provide coverage for prosthetic devices under certain conditions
SB 321 - Days - Creates a commission to study the death penalty in Missouri
SB 322 - Barnitz - Allows drug court commissioners to serve as family court commissioners
SB 323 - Ridgeway - Restricts certain workers' compensation benefits to instances when an employee's disfigurement is a hindrance to employment
SB 324 - Ridgeway - Modifies provisons relating to teacher and school employee retirement systems
SB 325 - Ridgeway - Allows school boards to enter into agreements with a county, town, city, or village for educational facilities and purposes
SB 326 - Crowell - Modifies provisions of the Neighborhood Assistance Act
SB 327 - Crowell - Modifies provisions relating to teacher and school employee retirement systems
SB 328 - Bray - Creates the Task Force on the Use of Conducted Energy Devices
SB 329 - Bray - Enacts the Prevention First Act
SB 330 - Justus - Creates the crimes of assault of a mass transit system employee in the first, second, and third degree
SB 331 - Justus - Provides that certain aliens will receive in-state tuition at colleges and universities that meet certain requirements
SB 332 - Dempsey - Provides additional workers' compensation benefits for public safety workers killed in the line of duty
SB 333 - Barnitz - Provides procedures for cities and sewer districts in certain counties to develop agreements regarding sewer service for annexed areas
SB 334 - Pearce - Authorizes an income tax deduction for all military retirement benefits
SB 335 - Rupp - Modifies the law with respect to Missouri's motor vehicle financial responsibility law
SB 336 - Rupp - Creates a legal process for insurance companies to contest policy coverage issues without breaching certain agreements to their insureds
SB 337 - Rupp - Extends the term of office for certain ambulance district directors
SB 338 - Rupp - Modifies provisions relating to crime victims
SB 339 - Goodman - Modifies the crime of making a false declaration
SB 340 - Bray - Requires supermarkets and certain pharmacies to provide only certain environmentally friendly bags for carrying out purchased merchandise
SB 341 - Bray - Requires racial and gender equity in the membership of boards, commissions, committees, and councils
SB 342 - Stouffer - Modifies numerous penalties for violations of motor vehicle licensing, registration, and equipment statutes
SB 343 - Stouffer - Modifies various provisions of law relating to Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission leadership and commercial driver license regulation
SB 344 - Lager - Creates the P-20 Council to create a more efficient and effective education system
SB 345 - Lager - Allows school boards to adopt a four-day school week instead of a five-day school week.
SB 346 - Schaefer - Requires that after January 1, 2010, any self-service display of tobacco products may only be located in a tobacco specialty store
SB 347 - Mayer - Enacts the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act
SB 348 - Mayer - Changes how salaries of county sheriffs are established
SB 349 - Goodman - Requires the Director of the Oversight Division of the Joint Committee on Legislative Research to seek information directly from the Division of Tourism for bills that affect the tourism industry
SB 350 - Clemens - Allows a hand-fishing season for catfish and carp during June and July on certain waterways
SB 351 - Shoemyer - Modifies provisions of law regarding sales tax refunds
SB 352 - Bray - Establishes the Commission on the Reorganization of State Health Care
SB 353 - Schmitt - Modifies provisions of the Qualified Research Expense Tax Credit Program
SB 354 - Dempsey - Requires the auditor of any county with a charter form of government to annually take an inventory of county property with an original value of $2,500 or more, rather than $250
SB 355 - Dempsey - Allows motor vehicle dealers, boat dealers, and powersport dealers to charge administrative fees associated with the sale or lease of certain vehicles and vessels under certain conditions
SB 356 - Purgason - Modifies various provisions of law relating to the regulation of Missouri waterways.
SB 357 - Purgason - Modifies various provisions of law relating to transportation
SB 358 - Purgason - Increases the assessed valuation a county must maintain in order to move into a higher classification
SB 359 - Purgason - Changes how a local government withdraws from a regional planning commission
SB 360 - Scott - Regulates residential mortgage brokers and loan originators
SB 361 - Crowell - Authorizes volunteer licenses for retired dentists and dental hygienists
SB 362 - Griesheimer - Increases recording user fees and requires requests for records dated after December 31, 1969, to be made to the office in which the record was originally filed
SB 363 - Griesheimer - Allows Department of Revenue to appoint motor vehicle dealers to serve as agents for the purpose of collecting and remitting motor vehicle sales and use taxes
SB 364 - Clemens - Provides labeling and recycling requirements for television manufacturers
SB 365 - Clemens - Licenses clinical laboratory personnel
SB 366 - Schmitt - Establishes each February 14th as Epilepsy Awareness Day
SB 367 - Ridgeway - Phases out the corporate income tax
SB 368 - Stouffer - Provides an affirmative defense to bicyclists and motorcyclists who run red lights under certain conditions
SB 369 - Stouffer - Modifies provisions related to pharmacy
SB 370 - Bray - Modifies the law relating to foreclosures
SB 371 - Bray - Prohibits the use of expiration dates or service fees on gift certificates
SB 372 - Dempsey - Allows the Conservation Commission to permanently revoke the hunting permit of any person who accidentally kills someone else while hunting
SB 373 - Mayer - Creates procedures for open enrollment of public school students across school district boundary lines
SB 374 - Mayer - Codifies the employment-at-will doctrine
SB 375 - Mayer - Provides health insurance coverage for Phase I clinical trials for cancer treatment
SB 376 - Lager - Modifies provisions relating to energy and energy efficiency
SB 377 - Rupp - Modifies various provisions relating to business incentives
SB 378 - Nodler - Extends the sunsets on certain provider taxes
SB 379 - McKenna - Establishes minimum salary requirements for all corrections officers and supervisors
SB 380 - Stouffer - Creates a state and local sales tax exemption for sales of farm products at farmers' markets
SB 381 - Schaefer - Allows certain governmental and charitable entities to hold conservation easements
SB 382 - Schaefer - Requires hospitals to report adverse health events to a patient safety organization for review
SB 383 - Dempsey - Establishes the Joint Interim Committee on the Public School Retirement System of Missouri
SB 384 - Lager - Modifies provisions relating to geographical information systems
SB 385 - Lager - Allows counties without a charter form of government to adopt ordinances requiring property owners to control brush
SB 386 - Lager - Modifies various provisions of law regarding political subdivisions
SB 387 - Barnitz - Allows the City of Waynesville to impose a transient guest tax
SB 388 - Barnitz - Modifies various provisions relating to foster care and adoption
SB 389 - Bray - Modifies provisions regarding public officials, lobbyists and campaign finance
SB 390 - Schaefer - Changes amounts of financial assistance awards for the Access Missouri Financial Assistance Program
SB 391 - Schaefer - Limits liability for personal injury or death arising from geologic sequestration activities in certain areas
SB 392 - Shields - Phases out the corporate income tax
SB 393 - Green - Repeals the provisions of the Missouri Development Finance Board Act
SB 394 - Ridgeway - Allows certain businesses to use terms such as drug store in their business name
SB 395 - Ridgeway - Makes certain actions by school board members or employees in conjunction with the Public School Retirement System of Missouri a class C felony
SB 396 - Justus - Modifies various laws relating to liquor control
SB 397 - Shoemyer - Licenses auto body repair facilities and physical damage appraisers
SB 398 - Barnitz - Modifies property posting provisions
SB 399 - Justus - Modifies provisions relating to the compromise of taxes and penalties for properties subject to certain actions as abandoned property in Jackson County
SB 400 - Dempsey - Licenses auto body repair facilities and physical damage appraisers
SB 401 - Goodman - Adds a circuit judge position to each of three judicial circuits
SB 402 - Goodman - Expands the crime of tampering with a judicial officer to prohibit certain acts against prosecutors
SB 403 - Vogel - Requires that certain state officials engaged in military service receive their state salary only to the same extent as other state employees
SB 404 - Mayer - Repeals certain taxes imposed upon suppliers of bingo and pull-tab cards
SB 405 - Scott - Modifies various provisions relating to manufactured homes, including the procedure for obtaining a title to an abandoned manufactured home
SB 406 - Scott - Authorizes physician assistants to prescribe controlled substances and modifies the review of advanced practice registered nurses prescribing controlled substances
SB 407 - Scott - Requires a comprehensive study on how other states administer their state employee health care plans
SB 408 - Scott - Grants the Attorney General concurrent jurisdiction with prosecuting attorneys to prosecute persons who have passed a bad check when the face amount of such check is at least $1,000
SB 409 - Stouffer - Extends the expiration date until January 1, 2020 for the scrap tire fee and modifies uses of the fee proceeds
SB 410 - Stouffer - Modifies various laws governing medical malpractice insurance
SB 411 - Crowell - Makes certain employees of the Missouri Development Finance Board members of the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System and modifies provisions relating to teacher and school retirement systems
SB 412 - Dempsey - Establishes a grant for a feasibility study on creating a single comprehensive health care plan at the local level
SB 413 - Dempsey - Provides for a one time grant by the Department of Social Services for use by free health care clinics
SB 414 - Dempsey - Prohibits hospitals from billing for certain medical errors
SB 415 - Dempsey - Modifies several provisions of laws relating to health insurance
SB 416 - Dempsey - Modifies provisions related to cemeteries
SB 417 - Goodman - Allows law enforcement agencies to hold a suspect arrested without a warrant for up to 48 hours, rather than 24 hours, before charging the person with a crime.
SB 418 - Goodman - Enacts provisions relating to faith-based community health centers
SB 419 - Purgason - Expands the required representation on solid waste management councils to include communities of less than 500 people
SB 420 - Pearce - Creates a tax credit for purchases of processed biomass engineered fiber fuel
SB 421 - Pearce - Removes a provision requiring the circuit court to approve the Director of Finance appointment of a liquidating agent for a failed bank
SB 422 - Pearce - Modifies provisions relating to special education due process hearings
SB 423 - Pearce - Adds a third circuit judge to the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit
SB 424 - Justus - Allows Kansas City to enact ordinances allowing the city building official to petition the circuit court for the appointment of a receiver to rehabilitate, demolish, or sell a vacant nuisance building
SB 425 - Justus - Requires health insurance policies to cover dental care services for pregnant women
SB 426 - Griesheimer - Repeals the current provisions regulating nonintoxicating beer and requires such beer to be regulated in the same manner as other intoxicating liquors
SB 427 - Griesheimer - Changes the organizational structure of the Missouri One Call System from a non-profit organization to a public governmental body
SB 428 - Griesheimer - Repeals the Underground Facility Safety and Damage Prevention Act
SB 429 - Smith - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to designate teacher assessment programs and creates teacher assessment requirements for unaccredited school districts
SB 430 - Smith - Creates and modifies provisions pertaining to environmentally sustainable practices
SB 431 - Smith - Creates a tax credit for the construction or renovation of buildings using environmentally sustainable techniques
SB 432 - Vogel - Provides information to parents of students about immunizations against bacterial meningitis
SB 433 - Bray - Modifies the type of appliances and consumer electronics for which minimum energy efficiency standards must be developed
SB 434 - Green - Modifies various provisions relating to ethics
SB 435 - Lembke - Modifies provisions relating to contracts of the Department of Mental Health
SB 436 - Ridgeway - Exempts unemployment benefits from income tax for tax years 2009 and 2010.
SB 437 - Lager - Specifies that renewable energy resource property will be considered tangible personal property for property tax purposes
SB 438 - Callahan - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education funding
SB 439 - Lembke - Prohibits school boards from placing restrictive covenants in deeds of real property that prohibit its use as a school and nullifies any existing restrictive covenants
SB 440 - Schaefer - Allows for temporary domestic relations orders for military families
SB 441 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions relating to teacher termination proceedings
SB 442 - Callahan - Prohibits any person or business from having more than five liquor licenses, rather than three
SB 443 - Days - Allows the State Board of Education to make modifications to a Special Administrative Board that is governing a lapsed school district
SB 444 - Wilson - Creates general standards for the use of mediation to resolve disputes
SB 445 - Rupp - Prohibits school district employees, volunteers, and independent contractors from placing a student receiving special education services into seclusion
SB 446 - Rupp - Modifies the elementary and secondary education funding formula
SB 447 - Pearce - Authorizes a city sales tax to fund public safety improvement
SB 448 - Pearce - Authorizes school districts to enter into design-build contracts for projects costing more than $1,000,000
SB 449 - Purgason - Requires agreements between business district advisory boards and the Director of Revenue for the collection of certain taxes
SB 450 - Cunningham - Requires public libraries to adopt policies on the placement of books and other materials that are obscene or pornographic for minors
SB 451 - Cunningham - Allows any winery, distiller, manufacturer, wholesaler or brewer to provide beverage samples on a licensed retail premises for tasting purposes
SB 452 - Cunningham - Allows qualified companies that file for bankruptcy protection to continue to receive quality jobs benefits provided certain conditions are met
SB 453 - Mayer - Modifies provisions relating to education funding
SB 454 - Mayer - Waives the waiting week for seekers of unemployment benefits adversely affected by the winter storm of January 2009
SB 455 - Mayer - Increases the assessed valuation a county must maintain in order to move into a higher classification
SB 456 - Lager - Makes it lawful for Caldwell County to enter into a contract with private corporations engaged in delivering water at wholesale for domestic consumption
SB 457 - Lager - Allows Caldwell County to establish a jail or holding facility outside of the county seat
SB 458 - Lager - Imposes duties of confidentiality upon employees of the Oversight Division of the Committee on Legislative Research
SB 459 - Lager - Allows criminal prosecution of a mother for harm to an unborn child due to intentional and unlawful use of controlled substances
SB 460 - Nodler - Allows the Division of Developmental Disabilities to contract directly with case management providers in a defined region
SB 461 - Callahan - Bars the state from contracting with banks that charge fees for unemployment insurance debit cards
SB 462 - Crowell - Modifies provisions pertaining to hazardous substance spills and emergencies
SB 463 - Days - Requires health carriers to provide coverage for the treatment and diagnosis of eating disorders
SB 464 - Stouffer - Modifies various provisions relating to insurance
SB 465 - Pearce - Creates the Division of Job Development and Training and modifies the reporting requirements for obtaining unemployment benefits
SB 466 - Smith - Creates a method to publicly finance election campaigns for legislative and gubernatorial candidates
SB 467 - Justus - Requires nursing home facilities to carry liability insurance with limits of no less than $1 million per occurrence to compensate residents for damages
SB 468 - Justus - Requires law enforcement officers to enter certain information regarding ex parte orders of protection into the Missouri Uniform Law Enforcement System within twenty-four hours and modifies the age of an adult for adult abuse statutes
SB 469 - Justus - Requires certain notices to tenants in cases of foreclosure and provides additional time before eviction actions may begin
SB 470 - Ridgeway - Modifies the individual income tax rates
SB 471 - Ridgeway - Establishes a procedure to suspend driver's licenses and vehicle registrations for failure to pay towing charges and allows the Highway Patrol to use rotation list to remove abandoned property
SB 472 - Ridgeway - Requires the Governor and political subdivisions to disclose information regarding the distribution of public funds
SB 473 - Bray - Institutes procedures for public employee collective bargaining
SB 474 - Wright-Jones - Allows certain public utilities to require deposits for new or continued service only in certain circumstances
SB 475 - Wright-Jones - Requires health carriers to devote a certain percentage of their total annual Missouri-associated revenues on health care services
SB 476 - Wright-Jones - Allows elected officials to be excused from jury duty during their term of office
SB 477 - Wright-Jones - Creates special rules for transportation development districts that are formed for the operation of public mass transportation systems
SB 478 - Shoemyer - Forbids health carriers from requiring providers to disclose their reimbursement rates with other carriers as a condition to contract
SB 479 - Shoemyer - Allows certain contributions to downtown revitalization preservation development projects to be substituted on a dollar-for-dollar basis for the local match of payments in lieu of taxes and economic activity taxes
SB 480 - Shoemyer - Creates the Missouri Board on Geographic Names and modifies the name and duties of the Second Capitol Commission
SB 481 - Ridgeway - Creates income tax exemptions for corporations which do not receive funds from programs administered by the Department of Economic Development
SB 482 - Ridgeway - Regulates tanning facilities
SB 483 - Rupp - Revises Missouri's annual financial reporting law to correspond with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) model regulations
SB 484 - Rupp - Provides that the St. Louis Region Transportation District shall receive at least 33% of any federal highway and bridge funds received by the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission
SB 485 - Pearce - Requires the Ethics Commission to redact the bank account number contained on a committee's statement of organization before it makes the statement public
SB 486 - Green - Grants employees of any public body the right to form and join labor organizations
SB 487 - Stouffer - Revises provisions relating to the renamed Missouri Brain Injury Advisory Council
SB 488 - Vogel - Allows the city of Lake Ozark to withdraw from a special road district located in Camden and Miller Counties and form a new district with boundaries identical to the city's boundaries
SB 489 - Dempsey - Allows cities to impose license taxes upon hotels and motels
SB 490 - Wilson - Amends various provisions of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement
SB 491 - Mayer - Modifies procedures for the lapse of a school district that has been classified as "unaccredited" for two successive years
SB 492 - Mayer - Creates the GED Revolving Fund for the payment and expenses related to GED test administration
SB 493 - Mayer - Modifies requirements for public career-technical schools to participate in the A+ Schools Program
SB 494 - Griesheimer - Allows certain counties to seek voter approval for a sales tax to fund interoperable emergency communications
SB 495 - Griesheimer - Modifies various provisions relating to employment security
SB 496 - Cunningham - Allows the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, at the discretion of the State Board of Education, to have authority over extracurricular competitive activities
SB 497 - Cunningham - Allows a school district receiving students from a district that does not maintain an accredited school to request that the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education withhold delinquent tuition payments
SB 498 - Cunningham - Requires school districts to include in their school accountability report cards whether they have a gifted education program and have had one over the past three years
SB 499 - Cunningham - Requires public higher education institutions to annually report on steps taken to ensure intellectual diversity
SB 500 - Cunningham - Requires school districts to allow parents to withhold permission for students to participate in school-sponsored clubs and extracurricular activities
SB 501 - Cunningham - Limits increases in assessed value of residential real property until transfer of ownership
SB 502 - Cunningham - Establishes procedures for the evaluation of student credits when a student transfers to a public school from another educational setting
SB 503 - Cunningham - Allows two or more adjacent school districts to share a superintendent under certain circumstances
SB 504 - Cunningham - Requires students at public higher education institutions to pay the full cost of tuition if they take the same course more than twice
SB 505 - Cunningham - Prohibits a superintendent of an unaccredited or provisionally accredited school district from transferring a teacher if the principal of the receiving school refuses
SB 506 - Callahan - Creates fire sprinkler business regulations
SB 507 - Callahan - Authorizes the City of Sugar Creek to impose a transient guest tax
SB 508 - Bray - Modifies provisions of law regarding metropolitan zoological parks and museum districts
SB 509 - Scott - Modifies provisions relating to review of advanced practice registered nurses by collaborating physicians
SB 510 - Lager - Repeals provisions of law authorizing the imposition and collection of nonresident earnings taxes by cities
SB 511 - Nodler - Provides for a community-based developmental disability provider tax
SB 512 - Dempsey - Modifies provisions relating to the Missouri local government employees' retirement system (LAGERS)
SB 513 - Dempsey - Modifies the filing requirements for certain real estate broker liens and requires builders to offer to install sprinklers in some instances
SB 514 - Dempsey - Creates the Legislative Budget Office and modifies duties of various joint committees of the General Assembly
SB 515 - Cunningham - Revises the conditions under which school districts may suspend or terminate teacher and administrator contracts in certain school districts
SB 516 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions relating to education personnel
SB 517 - Lembke - Enacts guidelines and criteria for transparency in quality of health care services
SB 518 - Lembke - Requires a study of crediting unused sick leave to St. Louis police officers' retirement
SB 519 - Shields - Repeals and reduces certain committees and commissions and sets a sunset date for other committees and commissions
SB 520 - Wright-Jones - Creates physical education requirements for students in primary grades
SB 521 - Wright-Jones - Creates physical education requirements for sixth through twelfth graders
SB 522 - Stouffer - Amends several provisions of law relating to the regulation of commercial drivers' licenses
SB 523 - Bartle - Establishes advance voting and modifes voter identification requirements
SB 524 - Griesheimer - Creates a state and local sales and use tax exemption for certain printed products
SB 525 - Griesheimer - Modifies the law with respect to certain off-highway vehicles (ATVs and recreational off-highway vehicles)
SB 526 - Clemens - Authorizes the state veterinarian to restrict the movement of animals or birds under investigation for carrying a toxin
SB 527 - Nodler - Directs federal highway funds currently credited to the State Road Fund by statute to a newly created fund known as the "Federal Highways and Bridge Fund"
SB 528 - Nodler - Authorizes the Department of Economic Development to provide economic development incentives for alternative energy vehicle components
SB 529 - Goodman - Criminalizes prenatal drug or alcohol use
SB 530 - Goodman - Modifies provisions relating to child abuse investigations
SB 531 - Goodman - Eliminates certain restrictions on dental advertising
SB 532 - Bray - Requires that electronic voting machines used in elections produce a paper ballot
SB 533 - Rupp - Requires that members of the National Guard be informed of the risks of depleted uranium and that certain veterans be informed of available federal treatment for exposure to depleted uranium
SB 534 - Rupp - Requires coroners or medical examiners to perform certain testing on individuals who commit suicide and report the findings to the Department of Health and Senior Services
SB 535 - Days - Creates the crime of breach airport security
SB 536 - Wilson - Enacts the Foster Care and Adoptive Parents Recruitment and Retention Fund
SB 537 - Cunningham - Creates procedures for open enrollment across school district boundary lines for certain students
SB 538 - Champion - Modifies provisions relating to long-term care facilities and fire marshal regulation as it relates to blasting licenses
SB 539 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions pertaining to environmental protection
SB 540 - Schaefer - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property known as the Mid-Missouri Mental Health Center to the University of Missouri-Columbia
SB 541 - Pearce - Institutes various provisions regulating practices involved in making residential mortgage loans
SB 542 - Pearce - Modifies provisions relating to the State Treasurer and expands eligibility for the Treasurer's Linked Deposit Loan Program
SB 543 - Pearce - Creates a tax credit for homes built under green build standards
SB 544 - Schmitt - Modifies provisions regarding organizations soliciting charitable contributions on roadways
SB 545 - Schmitt - Makes certain previously exempted electric cooperatives henceforth subject to rate regulation under the Public Service Commission
SB 546 - Schmitt - Increase the income disregard for eligibility in the Ticket-to-Work Health Assurance Program
SB 547 - Schmitt - Modifies several provisions of law relating to health insurance
SB 548 - Schmitt - Allows for the establishment of health record banks
SB 549 - Schmitt - Requires the establishment of a MO HealthNet data transparency program
SB 550 - Crowell - Requires all state retirement systems to monitor their investments for fraud
SB 551 - Crowell - Modifies provisions relating to drug offenses and substance abuse treatment
SB 552 - Crowell - Modifies provisions regarding MO HealthNet's authority to collect payment from third party payers
SB 553 - Crowell - Reorganizes the state health care system
SB 554 - Crowell - Allows the Adjutant General to assign the number of assistant adjutants general that are authorized by National Guard Bureau rules and regulations rather than limiting the number to two
SB 555 - Lager - Requires certain telephone companies to achieve parity between their in-state and out-of-state exchange access rates
SB 556 - Mayer - Prohibits certain large users of water from unduly disrupting farm irrigation activities
SB 557 - Mayer - Prohibits a reduction in a county official's salary when a county changes classifications until the current official leaves office
SB 558 - Mayer - Modifies provisions relating to higher education scholarships
SB 559 - Schaefer - Authorizes the adoption of emergency rules that may be effective for two years in order to carry out the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
SB 560 - Green - Removes the requirement that commissioners of the Administrative Hearing Commission be attorneys
SB 561 - Green - Requires fee offices to be awarded through a competitive bidding process
SB 562 - Smith - Modifies provisions relating to the electronic storage of support obligations
SB 563 - Smith - Modifies disability retirement provisions of the Police Retirement System of St. Louis and modifies provisions relating to teacher and school retirement systems
SB 564 - Smith - Allows the State Board of Education to revoke the charter of charter schools that have decreasing student assessment scores
SB 565 - Wright-Jones - Modifies police retirement systems provisions relating to reserve officers
SB 566 - Wright-Jones - Modifies provisions regarding reserve police officers of St. Louis City
SB 567 - Wright-Jones - Allows the Board of Police Commissioners to determine the number and ranks of police officers necessary for St. Louis City
SB 568 - Rupp - Establishes the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board and creates a state false claims act
SB 569 - Lembke - Modifies various provisions relating to the initiative and referendum process
SB 570 - Lembke - Modifies provisions regarding non-MO HealthNet eligible persons in the Consumer-Directed Personal Care Services Program
SB 571 - Lembke - Prohibits insurers and their agents from engaging in certain activities with respect to motor vehicle collision repair claims
SB 572 - Dempsey - Establishes the Science and Innovation Reinvestment Act
SB 573 - Crowell - Modifies provisions of law authorizing an income tax exemption for certain retirement benefits
SB 574 - Rupp - Allows Lincoln County, after meeting the required assessed valuation, to become a second class county upon a vote of the governing body to change classifications
SB 575 - Smith - Modifies provisions of law requiring the submission of personal property lists
SB 576 - Dempsey - Requires that records submitted to the State Literacy Hotline for student drop-outs be made publicly available
SRM 1 - Green - Remonstrance against issuance of tax credits for the Kansas City Chiefs Football Team
SCR 1 - Shields - Appoints a 34-member joint committee to assist in the Inauguration ceremonies
SCR 2 - Crowell - Recognizes October 3rd of each year as Science Day
SCR 3 - Justus - Urges Congress to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution
SCR 4 - Wright-Jones - Creates the Joint Interim Committee on Child Support Enforcement Reform
SCR 5 - Stouffer - Urges Congress to deny any request that would authorize a study of the Missouri River's congressionally authorized purposes
SCR 6 - Lager - Disapproves the salary recommendations of the Missouri Citizen's Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials
SCR 7 - Pearce - Urges Congress to secure greater energy independence for the United States by allowing new off-shore drilling
SCR 8 - Shoemyer - Urges Congress to support the continuation of horse processing in the United States
SCR 9 - Shoemyer - Urges Congress to amend the Patent Act regarding patented genetically modified seed
SCR 10 - Rupp - Rescinds Missouri's 1983 call for a constitutional convention to adopt an amendment requiring a balanced federal budget
SCR 11 - Bartle - Expresses the General Assembly's opposition to the federal Freedom of Choice Act
SCR 12 - Bray - Urges Congress to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution
SCR 13 - Pearce - Encourages students and faculty to promote international education at Missouri colleges and universities
SCR 14 - Schmitt - Creates the Blue Ribbon Panel on Job Retention and Economic Growth
SCR 15 - Shoemyer - Urges the Governor and Office of Administration to deposit stimulus money received from the federal government into the Lewis & Clark Discovery Fund for capital improvements at public colleges and universities
SCR 16 - Pearce - Urges the Air Force to select Whiteman Air Force Base as the headquarters for Global Strike Command
SCR 17 - Shields - Petitions the Council of State Governments to move the state of Missouri from the Southern Region of the Council to the Midwest Region of the Council
SCR 18 - Bartle - Condemns the federal government for passing and implementing the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008, and urges Congress to refuse to pass any more "bailout bills"
SCR 19 - Crowell - Urges the Office of Administration and the Board of Public Buildings to payoff certain revenue bonds by fiscal year 2014
SCR 20 - Pearce - Urges Congress to repeal the Government Pension Offset and Windfall Elimination Provision of the Social Security Act
SCR 21 - Clemens - Expresses support of the "25 by 25" national renewable energy initiative
SCR 22 - Bray - Urges Congress to enact the United States Health Insurance Act sponsored by U.S. Representative John Conyers
SCR 23 - Schmitt - Urges the State Tax Commission and assessors to accurately reflect present market conditions and, where appropriate, decrease assessed values of property
SCR 24 - Lager - Urges Congress to oppose the Employee Free Choice Act
SCR 25 - Justus - Urges Congress to replace the "don't ask don't tell" policy with a policy of nondiscrimination on the basis of sexual orientation
SCR 26 - Wilson - Declares that extending the flu vaccination season may help protect children, adults, and high risk groups
SCR 27 - Rupp - Creates the Joint Interim Committee on Oversight of Federal Stimulus and Stabilization Funds
SCR 28 - Stouffer - Urges Congress not to authorize diversion of water from the upper Missouri River via the Garrison Diversion
SCR 29 - Wright-Jones - Relating to the auto industry
SCR 30 - Wright-Jones - Relating to sex education program St. Louis Public Schools
SJR 1 - Bartle - Creates the Missouri Savings Account in the Constitution
SJR 2 - Bartle - Proposes constitutional change to allow Department of Transportation to construct and maintain toll roads
SJR 3 - Crowell - Creates an exception to the prohibition against laws retrospective in operation by allowing certain laws pertaining to sexual offenders and other felons to be applied retrospectively
SJR 4 - Cunningham - Limits increases in assessed value of real property caused by reassessment until a transfer of ownership occurs
SJR 5 - Schmitt - Requires all charter county assessors, except the Jackson County Assessor, to be elected
SJR 6 - Lager - Modifies procedures by which the General Assembly must approve salary recommendations from the Missouri Citizens' Commission on the Compensation of Elected Officials
SJR 7 - Rupp - Creates the Missouri Revenue Retention Fund in the Constitution
SJR 8 - Shoemyer - Allows Missourians to practice hand-fishing in the waters of the state
SJR 9 - Lembke - Proposes a constitutional amendment modifying the procedures for selection of nonpartisan judges and provisions relating to judicial commissions
SJR 10 - Lembke - Proposes a constitutional amendment modifying who presides over impeachment trials
SJR 11 - Lembke - Modifies Missouri's Bill of Rights to include a statement that all persons have a natural right to economic freedom
SJR 12 - Scott - Proposes a constitutional amendment reaffirming a citizen's right to free expression of religion
SJR 13 - Lager - Limits general revenue appropriations and mandates state income tax rate reductions in certain situations
SJR 14 - Wilson - Authorizes the creation of tax free zones
SJR 15 - Cunningham - Proposes a constitutional amendment providing that the General Assembly is not required to enact legislation to comply with a court order declaring that it raise taxes
SJR 16 - Lager - Prohibits the imposition of any state or local income tax after January 1, 2024
SJR 17 - Lembke - Prohibits public funds to be used for abortion services, human cloning, or prohibited human research
SJR 18 - Cunningham - Limits increases in assessed valuation of real property caused by reassessment until a transfer of ownership occurs
SR 49 - Griesheimer - Authorizes the use of Senate Chamber by the Missouri Community College Association
SR 86 - Shields - Changes Senate Rules 25 and 28 relating to Senate standing committees
SR 102 - Bartle - Authorizes the use of laptop computers in the Senate Chamber
SR 103 - Vogel - Authorizes use of the Senate Chamber by the Jefferson City Rotary Club
SR 104 - Bray - Authorizes the use of Senate Chamber by Missouri Girls State
SR 139 - Engler - Amends Senate Rule 64
SR 140 - Engler - Changes the Senate Rule about Senator office assignments and chamber seating
SR 141 - Engler - Authorizes the use of laptops on the Senate floor under certain circumstances
SR 153 - Engler - Establishes the rates of pay for Senate employees
SR 177 - Champion - Notice of Proposed Rule Change/Rule 64
SR 207 - Lembke - Urges the St. Louis School District to remove a restriction in the deeds of school buildings for sale
SR 210 - Schaefer - Urges Missourians to recycle their analog televisions
SR 211 - Nodler - Notice of Proposed Rule Change/Rule 28
SR 238 - Bray - Urges Congress and the President to maximize the investment in expanded and improved passenger train service as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan
SR 302 - Shields - Creates the Missouri Senate Job Creation 2020 Committee
SR 303 - Shields - Creates the Missouri Senate Healthy Missourians 2020 Committee
SR 304 - Shields - Creates the Missouri Senate Educated Workforce 2020 Committee
SR 361 - Dempsey - Recognizes March as Kidney Month in Missouri
SR 579 - Justus - Creates a procedure for adoption of courtesy resolutions
SR 1114 - Ridgeway - Designates May 2009 as Skin Cancer and UV Radiation Awareness Month in Missouri
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